The Eastern Daily Press has reported that plans have been revealed for a tidal barrage stretching from Norfolk to Lincolnshire, which could generate tidal power, protect the Fens from flooding and allow a new deep sea container port to be created.     Centre Port, which is behind the scheme, wants to build a hydro-electric […]

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There is strong support for more legal protection for Irish waters according to a coalition of Ireland’s leading environmental non-governmental organisations and networks. Fair Seas has revealed details of its survey conducted to learn about the connection Irish people have with the sea. The research shows that 31% of people believe that Irish seas are […]

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For thirty years, developing nations have fought to establish an international fund to pay for the “loss and damage” they suffer as a result of climate change. As the COP27 climate summit in Egypt wrapped, they finally succeeded. However,  critics have lamented the overall outcome of COP27, saying it falls well short of a sufficient response […]

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Some water company and regional water resource plans have been published for consultation this week. They include large programmes of work to manage demand and supply over the next 25-50 years. Read more about the £6 billion plan launched to counter serious threat to water security and the environment in Eastern England For the South […]

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